Rifoles Praia Hotel
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Today would be our last day in Pipa. We'd loved Praia do Madeiro so much that we decided to go back there. By 10:25 we'd settled into exactly the same loungers that we'd vacated the evening before. I couldn't accept being so clueless in the surf yesterday afternoon so decided on a second lesson. Sid said she wanted to join me so we went in search of Jonathan. He wasn't available for an hour or so so Do and Annick took two boards and I went out into the surf with them to give them a ...
... It was great fun. But tiring...man, that paddling back out to where Jonathan waited for us in the surf was hard work and certainly strained muscles that I didn't know I had! After a bit of a rest we tried again, this time without Johnathan's help. It turned out that him choosing the right wave and giving us a helpful push was essential for us beginner surfers. Left to our own devices we had no chance and all had zero success in catching a ...
... came at night leaving the days partly cloudy and beautifully sunny. We wouldn't have wanted the temperature any hotter either, the regular 28 degrees and high humidity was making it hot enough for us Europeans. It was pleasantly busy in the main street, enough to provide a good vibe but not so busy that you couldn't move. I could imagine what this place would be like in January - I'm sure that it would be filled to the gills and be really ...
... the surfing fraternity. From then on it slowly grew out into a well established tourist spot popular more with Brazilian tourists than with international travellers. Even though hundreds of pousadas have grown up like mushrooms out of the dunes along with touristy shops, bars and restuarants, it has managed to retain a lot of its old charm and feel. There is one main street in Pipa which, unlike Bonito's tourist trap, had a lovely feel to it. Pipa is ...
It's still a little hard for us to talk about this day that will go down in U.S. soccer history as one of the most epic matches ever to be played. We're still reeling. Our day really began in the Rio airport at 9:30pm, as we waited to board our overnight flight to Natal. The terminal was filled with USA fans, and it's really easy to make friends when everyone is wearing the same colors. Our favorite fans were a group of middle-aged men in Harlem Globetrotters-esque warm-up suits ...